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Topic - Jenn Suhr
For the first time before a big meet, Jenn Suhr heard a positive message from her husband, Rick, who's also her coach.
"I'm inviting as many family members that will go over to Moscow as I can to help cheer for me," Suhr said. "I think I might be the underdog there. We're hoping to get a big crowd over there."
"Before I went out here, he said, 'You're going to win this,'" Suhr said. "I've competed 100 times and that's not something he says. It puts that extra spunk that I could do this. Someone else believes in me that much."